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Al Jazeera America
Jan 6, 2014 7:00pm EST
quote destroyed 30 buildings in the town's center. in november a train derailed and exploded in pennsylvania. 11 cars burnt to a crisp. and in late december, a 110
CSPAN
Jan 10, 2014 9:00am EST
tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from pennsylvania rise? >> to address the house for one minute. revise and extend. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. pitts: mr. speaker, it has been more than 50 years since president johnson declared war on poverty. i don't doubt that president johnson had good intentions, but intentions don't win wars. and poverty is a stubborn problem. 15% of americans still live below the poverty line after trillions spent by the government. in december i brought together community leaders and national experts to discuss how we can reinvigorate the city of reading and other cities in the 16th district of pennsylvania. we are moving forward to get institutions to work together strategic gliically and think differently about attacking the problem. government at every level and community leaders need to cooperate and make sure there are opportunities to start new businesses and attract more development. perhaps most importantly we need senator strategics to help -- smart strategies to help kids get a good education. this has to include build
CSPAN
Jan 11, 2014 3:00am EST
from pennsylvania. mr. pitts: mr. speaker, at this time i'm pleased to yield two minutes to the distinguished chairman of the oversight and government reform committee, mr. issa from california. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from california is recognized for two minutes. mr. issa: thank you, mr. speaker. famously franklin delano roosevelt we have nothing to fear but fear itself. that's not true here, and sadly the last speaker is entitled to his opinion but the facts did not bear out his conclusions. the truth is that actual interviews and depositions taken of the highest ranking people that helped develop this website, both public and private, shows there was no end-to-end testing. it did not meet the spirit of any definition of a secure website. in fact, the highest ranking person, theresa fryer, on september 20, was unwilling to recommend this site go active and said under oath that if it had been within her authority to stop it she would have. it is very clear, even from the white house's statements in the last few days, that they claim to have mitigated or have a p
MSNBC
Jan 17, 2014 4:00pm PST
pennsylvania has struck down the state's new voter id law saying it made it too difficult for some people to vote. but that's exactly why the republicans passed the law in the first place. and they have said so, to make it tougher on democrats. >>> and leave to it barbara bush to say it's time for someone not named bush or clinton to run for president. she is talking you, jeb. this is "hardball," the place for politics. like a ramen noodle- every-night budget. she thought allstate car insurance was out of her reach. until she heard about the value plan. see how much you could save with allstate. are you in good hands? we're gonna be late. ♪ ♪ ♪ oh are we early? [ male announcer ] commute your way with the bold, all-new nissan rogue. ♪ >>> is chris christie wants to be president of the united states, he'll probably need to win the new hampshire primary. and the big newspaper up there is taking the george washington bridge scandal very seriously. take a look at this editorial from the union leader in manchester. if he, christie, was not telling the truth, his political career
Al Jazeera America
Jan 21, 2014 3:30am EST
returns, but investment. >> reporter: the returns have helped the pennsylvania's employees retirement association. it holds more than $6 billion in alternative investments, roughly a quarter of the fund. for the year ending 2013, pennsylvania made 10.5% of those investments. in response to questions from al jazeera about risk, a pennsylvania fund spokes woman wrote what is considered appropriate or risky for one fund might not be for another. >> a few percentage points isn't a big deal. but when you are shifting heavily that tells me they are trying to get more returns. >> reporter: with more than 20 million americans banking on getting pension checks, some experts expect pensions to keep chasing returns and taking on greater risks. >> and in case you were wondering most public mention enjoyed a bump last year as the stock markets soared. investments topped $3 trillion in the third quarter of 2013, that's a gain of 10% from a year earlier. >>> residents around the capitol of west virginia now have been given the all clear, but not everybody is convinced the water is safe. many smell a
CBS
Jan 28, 2014 4:30am PST
expected to attend tomorrow's funeral for sergeant smith. >>> police in pennsylvania say they now know how a san carlos man got the materiels for a weapon of mass destruction. kpix 5's brian webb reports collecting the materials was not difficult. >> reporter: carlmont high was buzzing monday, the first day back at school since a former classmate was accused of making a weapon of mass destruction. >> wow, i can't believe it. kind of quiet but yeah, surprised. >> reporter: 19-year-old vladislav miftakhov now a penn state engineering student was first arrested for a marijuana growing operation. but when altoona, pennsylvania, police searched his apartment, they say they found a suitcase with a bomb and bomb-making materials like potassium nitrate, fuses and containers of compressed air. the russian born person lived in san carlos with his family for years. friends and neighbors called him kind, quiet and weird. >> he is weird. >> he is not weird. >> i don't know. >> i like him. >> reporter: pennsylvania police say miftakhov told them he ordered the materials off the internet to blow things u
CW
Jan 26, 2014 10:00pm PST
of building a weapon of mass destruction. >> police in pennsylvania got more than they bargained for during a drug raid, uncovering a bomb and the materials to make other explosives. kpix 5 reports all of it linked to a student from pennsylvania. >> reporter: this is the 19- year-old from russia. the principal at the high school confirms for kpix 5 that the teen did attend this peninsula school and graduates in june of 2013. the principal declined to answer any additional questions about the former student, but others weren't so shy. in pennsylvania andrew lives in the same apartment building as the suspect who is a student at penn state university. police first went in to his apartment and in search of a suspected marijuana operation. when they found the suspected bomb in a suitcase with explosive-related tells packed inside. he is charged with possessing a weapon of mass destruction, risking a catastrophe, and possessing devices among others. chelsea garcia ortega lives across the street from the suspect in pennsylvania. >> i saw the name, i remember getting one of his packages her
ABC
Jan 23, 2014 4:30am EST
. you can see this along pennsylvania avenue and those roadways are still partially .overed by snow and ice keep that in mind. of a crasheports around 80. it looks like it got moved over to the shoulder quickly. 66 moves andland, without delay and you are incident free. 75, allre coming up lanes are open. we will have another update in a little bit. for now, i will send it back over to the tosha. -- the tosha -- natasha. >> residents have been left without power this morning at the apartments. two breakers malfunctioned around 11:00 last night and cents -- set an electrical panel on fire. we will bring you more information. crash in southeast washington left field will in the hospital and another under arrest. in the hospital and another under the rest -- arrest. arrested on a gun possession charge. >> it looks like the snow will stick around for a little while longer. it stopped falling on tuesday night. it is so cold that the ice is with us. >> schools are closed for the next two days. the students are not the only ones who are dealing with the deep freeze. >> after writing it out --
CSPAN
Jan 16, 2014 10:00am EST
gentleman from pennsylvania seek recognition? mr. pitts: mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and xtend their remarks and to include extraneous material on h.r. 3362. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. pursuant to house resolution -- mr. pitts: pursuant to house resolution 455, i call up house resolution 3362 and ask for immediate consideration in the house. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: a bill to amend the patient protection and affordable care act to require transparency and the operation of american health benefit exchanges. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 455, the amendment printed in part b of house report 113-322 is adopted. the bill as amended is considered as read. the bill shall be debatable for 60 minutes with 40 minutes equally divide and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the committee on energy and commerce. and 20 minutes equally divided and controlled by the chair and ranking minority member of the committee on wa
CBS
Jan 27, 2014 6:00am PST
from the bay area is behind bars in pennsylvania. the suspect rae systems sently graduated from high school and now the student is accused of making bombs? >> reporter: 1-year-old mist cough was a student here at carlmont high school in belmont. he graduated last june and less than a year later he is charged with making a weapon of mass destruction clear across country in pennsylvania. over the weekend, pennsylvania police searched the suspect's home in altoona, pennsylvania where he was an engineering student at one of penn state's satellite campuses. the altoona newspaper in town says the suspect is securing an attorney today, because up until today, court documents say he did not have any representation. he told police he ordered the materials off the internet to quote, blow things up, but planned to do it in a field. fellow students say he set off several small bombs before. >> i saw the name. i remembered getting one of his packages here and returning it to him a couple of months ago. >> reporter: do you wonder what was in the package now? >> little bit. >> reporter: so yesterda
LINKTV
Jan 8, 2014 8:00am PST
, into professors, broke into an fbi office in media, pennsylvania. they stole every document they found an elite the press shocking details about fbi abuse and the then secret cointelpro program. , the firstr letter file i read was about a group of fbi agents who were told to enhance the paranoia and the antiwar movement and create an atmosphere that there is an fbi agent behind every mailbox. >> no one was ever caught for the fbi break-in. the identities of the media burglars made a secret until this week. today, three of them join us on the show as well as the former washington post reporter, betty medsger, who first broke the story of the still of fbi documents in 1971. this week she revealed the identities of the burglars in her new book, "the burglary: the discovery of j. edgar hoover's secret fbi." all of that and more coming up. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the death toll from arctic temperatures across the united states has reached nine. the polar vortex at record lows in number of cities on tuesday as freezing temperatures
CSPAN
Jan 4, 2014 2:35pm EST
trade. new jersey and pennsylvania were fighting each other and they had to fix that. so it was pro-trade and commerce. the notion that the commerce clause can be used by congress to com pel individuals and then force them to enter into a private contract with a private company. the private company is forced to offer a policy it doesn't want to and the individual is forced to pay for it. that is going to be the end because then the government can force us to do all kind of things. >> sunday best selling author, lawyer and regan official mark levin takes calls and questions in-depth. live for three hours. booktv's in-depth the first sunday of every mopth month. and online we will discuss the book so read the book and join the discussion. up next, women are the main bread winners but the u.s. workplace and hostile to woman. >>
Al Jazeera America
Jan 28, 2014 2:00am EST
, ice and frigid conditions. and drug deaths sky rocketing in pennsylvania. what is behind the increase in fatal overdoses. >> hi there, good to have you with us on al jazeera america. i'm thomas drayton. president obama is preparing for his fifth state of union speech. he'll do so with the knowledge that it's thought the country is not getting better under his watch the the president's approval rating is 46%, up from a low of 42% in november, after the government shutdown. it's his lowest approval rating ever, going into a state of union address. most americans are sour on the beleaguered economy, the direction of the economy and the state of politics. during tuesday's address they'll try to turn the public's tapes to key initiatives, including early chide hood, increasing the minimum wage and the affordable care act. we'll have coverage of the state of union before and after the speech starting the 6:00 pm eastern, and the president's speech live here at 9 eastern. >> hillary clinton is speaking out about her time as secretary of state and what she could have done differently
FOX News
Jan 21, 2014 2:00am PST
to start with some news we are learning this morning. after shooting a student at a pennsylvania college the wide ner university campus in suburban philadelphia remain locked down overnight as police search for a gunman. they believe he ran off in a nearby neighborhood. surveillance individual i don't -- surveillance video is being reviewed now. the student who was shot is sitting in the school parking lot. coming up we will have a live report out of chester, pennsylvania with more on the search for that gunman. two people are dead and 10 others are seriously injured in an ohm ma plant explosion -- omaha plant explosion. rescuers removed a 53-year-old victim last night. the cold temperatures and strong winds cut off the search for another man. all 38 workers who were there in the building at the time have now been accounted for. the cause of the blast have not yet been determined. there were no hazardous chemicals inside the plant. the investigation could take weeks. >> an out of control cement truck crashes into a home leaving the driver dead. the man hit several cars at the fir
CSPAN
Jan 28, 2014 8:00pm EST
president will travel to maryland and then off to pittsburgh, pennsylvania. he will focus on one of the themes he will discuss tonight. retirement benefits for those who do not have it through their current employer. he will then go to milwaukee and nashville. of thesehe purpose post-state of the union trips? >> the state of the union is a reset moment for every president. the goal is to make that moment last and to find a way to emphasize the speech and to keep up the momentum that you have generated. the state of the union is a great chance to do -- let the people know what you stand for and what you will be fighting for the years to come. there is a lot of pomp and circumstance. it is in many ways disconnected from the world. the members of congress rise to their feet. it is an old-fashioned and big ceremony. we wanted to the policies that you talk about in that environment and you want to make them feel more real. and the people that will be affected. find a way to emphasize the terms of the debate in a much more human contact and that is going out and talking to people on theti
FOX
Jan 31, 2014 3:00pm PST
got ahold of the video. >>> it's a strange sight for some folks in pennsylvania. >> they woke up in the morning and they were, like, what the heck? >> see what it takes to make a snow roller. >>> the pilot carefully lands a chopper on snow. >> it's on what they call skids. >> why skids is a good word for this. >>> plus, ipad minis are great for a million things. now get the buzzword for your shot to win one. >>> and what could make a 6-year-old little brother -- >> react like this. >> what's wrong? >> now meet the big brother behind the great prank. >>> i have some video exclusively obtained by our friends at yxyz in detroit that shows an opener is cut on camera you could say. this video shows a woman shortly after she was brought into the warren police station in michigan. according to reports she was arrested for trashing a local motel room. watch what happens. something a little bizarre, something you don't see caught on camera inside a police station. >> it's, like, a haircut, impromptu haircut. >> that's exactly right. you see her put in what looks like a restraint chair and yo
ABC
Jan 28, 2014 12:35am EST
traveled to york, pennsylvania and went on the hunt with sarah and her son harry as they stocked up for a week's worth of groceries. >> all right. ready to go shopping? >> let's go get a cart. >> reporter: a list that includes ingredients for tasty meals like pork loin and carne asada tacos. >> you're making me hungry with that list. i like the mexican stuff. >> reporter: and to complete the list without breaking the bank sarah has to go to three different grocery stores. it's 10:45 a.m. first stop, amelia's grocery outlet that sells food that would otherwise go to waste. >> what's amelia's known for? >> amelia's -- i love it because you have name brand products at a discount. >> reporter: food that's close to or past its sell by date. >> every once in a while find something that is close to date, maybe it's within a couple weeks or a couple months. and then you will find some things that are past it. >> reporter: these pretzels are two for a dollar. >> two for a dollar? >> check these out. best by 2-13-14. which is in less than a month. so do you think my family could eat two of th
CW
Jan 27, 2014 10:00pm PST
know. i liked him. >> pennsylvania police say he ordered the materials off the internet to quote, blow things up, but planned to do it in an open field, not to hurt anyone. >> he was a genuinely kind person. i don't think he would try to hurt people. he was intrigued by the chemistry and led him down the drain, you know. >> police in pennsylvania wouldn't provide us details about any bombs that might have been detonated in california. we're told his parents are now with him in pennsylvania. reporting from belmont, kpix5. >> his bail is set at $500,000. his next court appearance is february 5. >>> south san francisco police released a sketch they hope will identify a man who walked into a girl's locker room naked. he is believed to be a balding man in his mid to late 40s with short brown hair and a pot pellly. he exposed himself to high school cheerleaders while they were changing earlier this month and took off. >> get ready to shell out more to park in san jose. the city is ordering a new batch of smart meteorologists that allows drivers to pay with credit cards. they'll cost $1
NBC
Jan 27, 2014 5:00pm PST
arrest happened in pennsylvania but the student grew up here in the area. his family lives in san carlos. kimberly tere is live in belmont with the latest for us. kimberly. >> reporter: the 19-year-old graduated from carlmont high school last year and students tell us today the school was abuzz with talk about the circumstances surrounding the arrest. on friday, police in altoona, pennsylvania, began searching his apartment. they were looking for a marijuana grow operation, but say they found something far more dangerous. >> officers came across a briefcase, and within that briefcase there were a number of bomb-making materials and two bomb devices, one being small and the other one being much larger. >> reporter: police say the penn state engineering student admitted the drugs and bomb materials were his, telling them he bought some of the materials from amazon. >> he indicated they were for blowing things up. what he intended to blow up, he really hasn't elaborated on. >> reporter: according to a criminal complaint, he told police he only intended to set the devices off in a remote fie
CBS
Jan 27, 2014 4:30am EST
. officials say the pennsylvania state police bomb squad was able to safely destroy the device. an indiana student was arrested last week after it was discovered he was attempting to make a device. >>> the trial of former new orleans mayor ray nagin gets underway this week. the bathrooms will even be closed by marshals. nagin has pleaded guilty, to taking more than $200,000 in bribes from city contractors. he gained national attention in the aftermath of hurricane katrina as he pleaded with federal agencies for help. >>> a recount is set to begin today in virginia. republican businessman wayne coleman requested a recount after trailing by nine votes in the special election. they are seeking to succeed democrat ralph north ham. >>> in a rare interview, edward snowden is making new accusations about the nsa and the united states spying techniques. charlie d'agata has more. >> reporter: edward snowden leveled his latest accusation at america's national security agency, the nsa. that it has been spying on foreign companies too. >> reporter: does the nsa spy on siemens, on other successful germ
CSPAN
Jan 29, 2014 10:00am EST
chairmen, the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. thompson, one minute. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from pennsylvania is recognized for one minute. mr. thompson: mr. speaker, i rise in support of this farm bill and also to thank chairman lucas and congressman peterson for your leadership for agriculture. as many of my house colleagues have already said this morning, this legislation is long overdue. this bill is truly worthy of its name. the federal agriculture reform and risk management act because of the historic reforms it ledge slates. overall the bills repeals or consolidates about 100 programs. along with sequestration reduction that cuts mandatory spending by nearly $23 billion. and the conservation title alone reduces it from $23 billion to $13 billion. this bill saves $6 billion and does so without affecting the programs. we reform food stamps and we do so through thoughtful changes making sure that truly needs the assistance gets it. farmers providing milk for this nation, we help them. with the 2008 farm bill expiring nearly a year and a half ago, i urge my coll
ABC
Jan 26, 2014 5:00pm PST
>> other snowy town in pennsylvania is where a bay area teenager has been arrested for having a weapon of mass destruction. >> is california on the verge of a 200 year longing me -- mega drought? will extreme weather force the nfl to change the date of the super bowl? >>> this young man is a bay area high school graduate. and he is in trouble with the law tonight. charged with growing marijuana and building a bomb. good evening, i'm ama daetz. 19-year-old is a russian citizen who graduated from high school last year. he has been arrested in pennsylvania on charges of possessing a weapon of mass destruction and growing pot. cornell bernard is live tonight. you spoke to some of his friends? reporter: i did, and his friends and former classmates cannot believe that this is the same teen they went to high school with just last year. this is where he lived with his family for the last several years, he recently went off to college. >> i was completely speechless and freaking out, my god, knew his kid. >> this senior can't believe her friend was arrested back east, suspected of buildi
PBS
Jan 27, 2014 3:59pm PST
cora. rather, he lives in small-town pennsylvania in almost total seclusion. he has been widely reported to have ordered his followers in the police and judiciary to pursue investigations into corruption at the top of the government. it was not me, he said. it was just officials doing their job. >> the investigating prosecutors and police did not know these misdeeds were no longer considered as crimes. they pursued this matter. this made the government unhappy. as a result, they are talking about these officials being a state within a state. >> the turkish prime minister used to be seen as an ally. more recently, the prime minister is attempting to control the influence of his movement, ordering the closure of its school network, sacking police officers and prosecutors. made enemies in the turkish establishment before. he came to the u.s. in the 1990's after he was charged with crimes against the state, charges he was later cleared of. as we found from the scale, the wieldst he now heads enormous money and influence, which is why this current struggle matters. >> if the prime mi
CBS
Jan 27, 2014 11:00pm PST
weird, weird thing to say but yeah, i don't know. i liked him. >> reporter: pennsylvania police say miftakhov today them he ordered the materials off the internet to blow things up but planned to do it in an open field, not to hurt anyone. >> he was actually genuinely a kind person. i don't think he tried to hurt people. i think he was intrigued with the whole chemistry and all that stuff and it led him down the drain. >> reporter: police in pennsylvania wouldn't provide us any details about bombs that might have been detonated in california and san carlos police didn't return my phone calls. we're told miftakhov's parents are now with him in pennsylvania. brian webb, kpix5. >> bail is set now at a half million dollars and he'll be back in court next week. >>> twin brothers from san jose are behind bars for allegedly killing a man at a birthday party. 18-year-old ahn and duc tong are used of stabbing a san jose state student to death. the victim is a 22-year-old named richard phan. police say the victim was trying to break up a fight yesterday. invited to the party but ta >> having
CBS
Jan 27, 2014 6:00pm PST
operation but when altoona, pennsylvania, police searched his apartment. they say they found a suitcase with a bomb and bomb making materials like potassium mai trait, fuses, and containers of compressed air. russian born stayed home with his family for several years. friends and neighbors called him kind, quiet, and a little weird. >> he's weird, but like, he's not weird. weird thing to say, but yeah. i don't know. i liked him. >> reporter: pennsylvania police say he told him he ordered the materials off the internet to, quote, blow things up but planned to do it in an open field, not to hurt anyone. >> he was actually, genuinely. i think he was intrigued with chemistry and all that and it led them down the drain, you know? >> reporter: police in pennsylvania wouldn't give us details about bombs that might have gone off in california and san carlos police didn't return in california. they're now with him in pennsylvania. live in belmont, brian web, kpix 5. >> his next court battle is february 5th. >>> a driver hit and killed a 6- year-old girl in san francisco. the family of sophia leo blam
NBC
Jan 4, 2014 10:00pm PST
divorced and living in pennsylvania wondered if it was too late for larry and her to take another crack at love. >> she was able to track him down on the internet and placed a call to him one day when he was at work and from that it was like a spark, just rekindled into a fire. >> reporter: according to leann, larry told her he too was getting a divorce and soon the two were texting like hormonal teens. >> you have been my dream girl for as long as i can remember being in love. life is like dry brown toast without you. lee an was equally smitten. i lost you once and don't want to lose you again. >> she was preparing him to come be her husband and part of her life for the rest of her life. >> reporter: while he carried on with leann, back home he was growing distant from connie but never mentioned getting a divorce or separating. in fact, he still kept up his family routines. even going to church with them every sunday. >> my dad was a church board member. my mom was really involved with bible studies and women's groups. it was a big part of our lives. we didn't know anything was wrong. i a
MSNBC
Jan 18, 2014 1:00pm PST
gi bill was there when my dad needed it. >> coming up, a pennsylvania judge strikes down the state's strict voter i.d. law. that's ahead. [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus presents the cold truth. i have the flu, i took medicine but i still have symptoms. [ sneeze ] [ male announcer ] truth is not all flu products treat all your symptoms. what? [ male announcer ] nope, they don't have an antihistamine. really? [ male announcer ] really. [ dog whine ] but alka-seltzer plus severe cold and flu speeds relief to these eight symptoms. [ breath of relief ] thanks. [ male announcer ] you're welcome. ready? go. get it! [ male announcer ] can't find theraflu, try alka-seltzer plus for fast liquid cold and flu relief. [ female announcer ] aaah, the amazing, delicious cinnamon and sugar taste of cinnamon toast crunch and cold milk. ♪ cinnamon toast crunch. crave those crazy squares. cinnamon toast crunch. ♪ nothing says, "you're my #1 copilot," like a milk-bone biscuit. ♪ say it with milk-bone. who gets the allstate safe driving bonus check. rock beats scissors! [ chuckles ] wife beats
CSPAN
Jan 25, 2014 3:26pm EST
go to richard waiting in fairmount city pennsylvania. good morning. caller: good morning. i am thankful i got through. i have a couple of questions if you permit me to get them in. if i take a dollar bill from you, is that stealing? or does it have to be i go to a store and take a hundred dollars out of your cash register? which one is stealing money? in old days of ownership they kept a barrel of apples and they constantly took out the rotten ones so did not spoil the whole barrel. when our officials take it upon themselves that they are above us that they can take what they want, how much of that to we permit before we get rid of them? host: mr. witkin? guest: i think you touched upon a number of important issues. the existence of systems that require disclosure, require transparency and accountability, and that arm an ethics commission provide some checks and balances on these. there are also more complicated issues in state government. many of the legislators only serve a few months per year. they have other full-time jobs. the commitments they make is extensive in terms of
FOX
Jan 27, 2014 6:00am PST
international news. 19-year-old student still in jail in pennsylvania. after being arrested in altuna on friday. the teenager from russia is accused of having a weapon of mass destruction. police say they found a bomb and bomb making materials in his apartment. he's a penn state student that graduated from carl mont last year. >> he was kind of one to stay quiet. never really raised his hand. never really was outspoken. >> reporter: the home of the suspect's family is less than a mile from carmont campus. the 19-year-old reportedly told police he had experimented with explosives before he moved to pennsylvania. the teenager told them he simply liked to blow things up. >>> a b.a.r.t. police detective accidentally killed his supervisor during the search of an apartment. sources say the circular lay out of the apartment appears to be a major factor in this tragic case. b.a.r.t. calls the story inaccurate but does not reveal any further details. >>> a san francisco police officer is due in court accused of molesting a 15-year-old boy and possessing child pornography. he is facing 10 felony c
NBC
Jan 27, 2014 6:00am PST
charges. 19-year-old vladislav miftakhov was arrested on friday in pennsylvania after police raided his apartment. christie smith joins us live from belmont where the suspect attended high school. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. vladislav miftakhov graduated from high school here in belmont last year, friends say he was a little socially awkward but didn't seem dangerous. but now he's facing very serious charges. the 19-year-old russiannalnallist accused of possessing a weapon of mass destruction. we spoke with a woman who told us she will go to pennsylvania as he answers to these charges but she didn't elaborate. according to police this started when they wenthis apartment looking for an illegal marijuana grow operation. in addition to the pot they found a suit case containing a homemade bomb, a fuse and other chemicals like potassium percolate and sodium nitrate. he reported hi told an officer his plan was to blow things up. a former classmate described him this way. >> when we were at classes together he was very shy, very to himself. >> reporter: one legal expert says t
FOX News
Jan 8, 2014 2:00am PST
we showed you. amazingly she walked away with only a few minor injuries. over in pennsylvania these meyer men trying to fight a fire you can see parts of the house completely froenz. >> this inmate capitoling or the big house instead of the big chill. he an imaged to escape from p z prison but he turned himself in the next day because it was much too cold outside for him. when will we start to thaw out? maria molina is live on the plaza with more. >> we are slowly going to to be see something improvement across the eastern half of the country. we are going to see temperatures that are above average. several record low temperatures were set yesterday morning in detroit. 14 degrees below zero was the actual temperature. current windchill temperature at zero in the upper midwest and even into new england. 7 degrees below zero in new york city. the cold air is pro cueing lake-effect snow. it is still snowing out there. like i mentioned a warm-up expected. in new york city well above average saturday. high temperatures in the 50's. expect to continue to see the warm-up. here's a look at
MSNBC
Jan 17, 2014 5:00pm PST
. >> that is how pennsylvania's republican governor, tom corbett, my dark horse candidate, for worst governor in the country, fielded legal questions about the voter i.d. law he was about to sign back in 2012. you remember pennsylvania's voter i.d. law, right? passed and signed into law by republicans, just in time for the 2012 presidential election. >> voter i.d., which is going to allow governor romney to win the state of pennsylvania, done. >> of course, the law was blocked before the election. and governor romney did not win the state of pennsylvania. and today, just as tom corbett predict, there was, indeed, court action, and tom corbett lost. a pennsylvania commonwealth job today found state's voter i.d. law to violate the pennsylvania constitution, writing the law constitutes a substantial threat to hundreds of thousands of qualified voter who is don't have the required photo i.d. and another victory end to this week, although not quite as crisp and clear as what happened today in pennsylvania. a flurry of reports from capitol hill, showing the momentum for a new iran sanction
CSPAN
Jan 8, 2014 10:00am EST
pennsylvania, mr. thompson, for five minutes. mr. thompson: thank you, mr. speaker. mr. speaker, on december 26, 2013, president obama signed into law the 2014 national defense authorization act. with such policy and funding levels for the u.s. department of defense. in large part the bill went through regular committee order on the house side with consideration of amendments from both republicans and democrats. a somewhat similar series of actions were taken by the senate. despite a small amount of political theater, both chambers only found common ground and passed this important measure, but placing good policy before politics, members overcame differences and acted in the best interests of the country. in this case to the benefit of our men and women in uniform. mr. speaker, this is how the institution is supposed to work. the measure office our service member resources to safely fulfill their missions and support they deserve when they return from service. i offered an amendment to the bill which passed as part of the final agreement. this will help improve the support we offer
CSPAN
Jan 8, 2014 2:00pm EST
does the gentleman from pennsylvania seek recognition? >> madam speaker, i move to suspend the rules and pass the bill h.r. 3628, the transportation reports elimination act of 2013. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: union calendar number 217, h.r. 3628, a bill to eliminate certain unnecessary reporting requirements and consolidate or modify others and for other purposes. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to the rule, the gentleman from pennsylvania, mr. shuster, and the gentlewoman from connecticut, ms. esty, each will control 20 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from pennsylvania. madam speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized. mr. shuster: this bill modifies recording rerments of the executive branch agencies that falls within the jurisdiction of the committee on transportation and infrastructure. this bill does not reduce the congressional oversight or affect the agencies. instead, it rids the agencies of out
PBS
Jan 6, 2014 8:00pm PST
records of complaints in pennsylvania ohio texas and west virginia hundreds of grievance as reported by residents over the years. pennsylvania had three hundred ninety eight complaints last year alone ohio reported for me was for james hasn't received one hundred twenty two letters of the past four years and tax is presented the ap with a ninety four page spread sheet outlining truth. complaints over the years. very few of these allegations were actually confirmed by the states. the franking is a way to extract natural gas and oil from deeper within the earth and previous technologies allowed. how the horizontal drilling in jack's family pressure influence into shale rock layers fracture in and then allowing access to a gas or oil while. earlier this morning early this afternoon i stopped at tyson's lock on the director of the citizen energy program. the amount of well water contamination caused by hydraulic fracturing. when first asked in an ap investigation is the most ruthless of one so far when it comes to the environmental damage caused by cracking. so far yes and what
CSPAN
Jan 26, 2014 10:03pm EST
across pennsylvania avenue from the capital up to the white house. they talk to each other at parties and had walls and at state dinners and hotel bars across the city as well as social and religious clubs. i want to highlight two key consequences of this close-knit washington community. first, introduce something like it social and political code in washington. a set of norms for political behavior that those outside the capitol city really didn't understand. even those people who didn't really like each other much pretended to treat each other in the same ways you would imagine a fraternity to operate. he kept things in the family. second, the experiences of living in washington often insulated politicians from the outside world. they understood the sectional conflicts of the mid-19th century in the context of cross-sectional cooperation in washington. what this meant in practice for the antebellum period was that many southern politicians were simply unprepared for this speed in which it was called in the winter of 1861. so depending upon your field washington, you might recall thi
CSPAN
Jan 1, 2014 4:00pm EST
three-time recipient of a distinguished humanist award for the pennsylvania humanities council. he lives in newark, delaware, with his wonderful wife, rebel. i am pleased to welcome him to the stage to talk about his new book, "young mr. roosevelt: fdr's introduction to war, politics, and life." after his talk and after after he takes his questions, he will be outside the new deal gets stored in the lobby, where he will be happy to sign all the books you are going to die because you are inspired by his top. ladies and gentlemen, stanley weintraub. [applause] be met thank you all for being here. i have written about franklin roosevelt before him the last book i wrote about him most about the 19,444th term presidential campaign. near the end of world war ii. many soldiers, voted by absentee ballot. i wanted to find out how they voted and why they voted the way they did. and so, i had teams of people around the country and on my own. i also asked people who lived through that. how they voted. quite a number of them, especially those who have been sailors said i voted for roosevelt bec
CSPAN
Jan 8, 2014 4:00pm EST
officer: the senator from pennsylvania. mr. casey: thank you mr. president. i rise tonight to offer a few brief remarks, and i'll joined on the floor by my colleague senator toomey. we're both here tonight to read a list of names of those who gave as president lincoln said a long time, a "the a lft full measure of devotion to their country," pennsylvanians who lost their lives in operation enduring freedom. we know that since the beginning of the conflict, pennsylvania now has lost to date the latest number i've seen is 92 killed in action. tonight we'll read the names of five who gave that last full measure of devotion. mr. president, before i turn to my colleague i -- it is very hard for me to fully understand or appreciate what the loss of a loved one means when they lose their life in war. we often turn, to quote lincoln or the scriptures and they're both appropriate. one of the best descriptions i heard was by the songwriter bruce springsteen. he was writing songs in the aftermath of 9/11, and he had one song where the refrain was "you're missing." and of course it could apply to a f
NBC
Jan 27, 2014 6:00pm PST
contact with him, they would like to hear from you. >>> to a developing story, a pennsylvania college student who grew up here in the bay area is now being accused of possessing a weapon of mass destruction. the russian national was arrested and his family still lives in san carlos. there are reports the interest in explosives did start here. kimberly tere is live in belmont with the latest, kimberly? >> reporter: janelle, this is very close, carl moth high school. i spoke to the principal today and she couldn't comment on the case or say much of anything. she would only confirm the 19-year-old did, in fact, graduate from the school last year. news of the arrest of the alumnae spread quickly across campus on the peninsula today. >> my heart goes out to his family. it must be really hard to hear that. i hope they get to talk with him and like clear things up because i'm sure there is his side of the story. >> reporter: the 19-year-old now an engineering student was arrested in pennsylvania friday after police found a homemade bomb and explosive materials in his apartment during a drug
CSPAN
Jan 28, 2014 10:00pm EST
recession has been very hard. our economy is a bit more diversifying. south central pennsylvania, the economy has been a little more resilient. i would say to you that we are getting through it. we were not hurt as are other housing clubs. but we still felt the effects. our economy is a bit more diversified says. the city of bethlehem seems to be doing very well. cities are rebounding, so employees of what seeing. >> tell me to leave it -- you been around for awhile, considered on watering. my correct so far? >> i'm a center-right congressman. a common-sense conservative, where you want to call me. district that is a center-right district in the center-right kutcher. >> tel has -- is the mood here the same as it has always been a your time? has a taste for the better worse? >> what i noticed recently, there are a lot of folks are stock. we have people on the extremes, both sides that have a hard time getting into the trenches. but i found at least during the government shut done is that it is the case to about of the trench is committed to no man's land. there are a lot of people out
CSPAN
Jan 12, 2014 1:30am EST
lot of money. i would go to pennsylvania and i could be a pennsylvania senator. i could do that if somebody came to me and said here's 20 million box and i'm going to run your campaign that would be tempting. my problem is nobody has. [laughter] and i'm trying to find out why this is. my wife always says to me what's the big reason you want to be a senator because i'm not a policy guy. because the next time i would -- they would vote on war i would vote no. that would be my reason because i have heard them do that call every time in my life whether it's good not to or panama or how many times have we been fighting in iraq and asked to do it will be fun and opiate cakewalk. i have been hearing this every time there's a war. zero cost urgency. it's always you must do it and it's free. two months later it's well we didn't get the facts right and it's going to cost a fortune and it's never going to end. >> hi chris. >> let me finish this question. [laughter] is a great question. it will haunt me as i sleep. i know somebody here who would run. somebody ought to run. >> i'm from pennsylv
FOX News
Jan 6, 2014 11:00pm PST
pennsylvania/maryland state line. and we'll get more details on the extent of the search at that point. >> so what happened? >> well, what happened was a man from maine traveling alone, timmy davison of poland, maine, was headed back to his home from a vacation visiting grandfather, uncle, and sister, who lived in florida. and at some point around where interstate 81 passes through maryland, and that's just about a little ten-mile stretch where that highway passes through the very narrow neck of maryland, between pennsylvania and west virginia at that area, he got into some kind of a conflict with another motorist. right now, there's no other indication but that it was an apparent road rage kind of issue, and i don't know who instigated what. police haven't shared that kind of detail. but he calls 911 in maryland, hits the pennsylvania state line. the call apparently drops. he calls 911 again, and is talking to a dispatcher in franklin county, pennsylvania, when the shooter in this -- person we believe to be the shooter in this incident, literally rams his vehicle, drives it off of the inters
Al Jazeera America
Jan 27, 2014 8:00pm EST
maryland to a costco wednesday morning, and then it's to pittsburgh, pennsylvania for a midday event this, and then off to milwaukee, wisconsin. and he'll have an event there thursday morning in nashville, tennessee, before heading back here to the white house. >> i understand that the white house is going to announce who will attend tomorrow's speech with the first lady. >> this is a tradition that was begun by ronald reagan, as you're well aware. the air florida crash here in the 1980s into the potomac river, and this gentleman jumping into the frigid waters to help save people. president will have a nod to some of the heroes of those we have seen in the past year. beginning with the boston marathon, this is the pair, an indelible image, the gentleman in the white cowboy hat running to help jeff bauman, who will be with him, and gary bird, he was in the oklahoma tornado last year, and jason collins, the first openly gay athlete in any major professional sport in this country. he'll be a guest of the first lady. >> mike mckara at the white house tonight. and we'll bring you special cover
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